6 PACKED: SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif., to open in July, will have Wi-Fi 6 access points installed by Cisco. (Getty Images) Next-generation technology will increase capacity for connections at stadiums The Wi-Fi 6 era has gotten its start in stadiums across the U.S. and will grow throughout 2020. • Just as 5G networks enhance cellular service, prominent new NFL stadiums in California and Nevada will both employ expansive next-generation local networks as Wi-Fi 6 expands elsewhere in the league as well as in Major League Soccer and college stadiums.  “If you are doing a brand-new environment, of course you will put in the latest, greatest technology,” said John Brams, Extreme Networks director of sports and entertainment. Extreme Networks was the first into the sports and entertainment Wi-Fi 6 landscape with a fall 2019 installation in the 22,000-seat BBVA Stadium for the MLS Houston Dynamo, the new West Texas A&M… Continue Reading Wi-Fi 6: It’s Not Just About the Speed

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